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1st - 'You have got until the count of five'

2nd - 'You have got to the count of five'

Do these two mean the same thing?

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They do mean the same thing. In this case, "to" is being used in the same manner as "until".

to (preposition) Expressing a point reached at the end of a range or after a period of time.
SOURCE: Oxford Living Dictionaries "to"

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